Policy Working Group (PWG):
IESA Policy Working Group is an initiative by IESA with its member companies to support government bodies through discussion and contribution to create a robust energy storage policies for India. Many IESA members have been actively involved in the IESA Policy working group for the past 3 years. IESA along with its members has been continuously giving recommendations and feedback to various government bodies on their regulations and policy initiatives regarding energy storage. IESA has been actively working with MNRE, MoP, MHI, Indian Railways, CERC, CEA, POSOCO, NITI Aayog, DST, Invest India and BIS among others, on creating a robust energy infrastructure to enable adoption of advanced energy storage technologies in India Read More...
Technology Working group (TWG):
Technical Working Group under IESA will initiate discussions among key stakeholders regarding the various technical issues underlying the energy storage industry. The energy storage space is evolving at a tremendous pace and also covers a wide variety of application areas ranging from Electric Vehicles and personal electronics to renewable integration and grid applications. The main aim of the working group is to cover critical aspects which need to be addressed in this fast-growing field, including following main topics: Read More...
Business Working group (BWG):
Business Working Group is an initiative that explores Energy Storage, EVs, Microgrids business opportunities in the Indian market. This group will focus on private energy storage projects, startup eco-system, project finance, and investment. With all IESA members, IESA will work closely to find out the techno-commercial feasible energy storage projects in diverse industry segments like
- Diesel Genset minimization in Textiles/Plastics/Batch manufacturing industries
- Power back up solutions for data centers/IT offices/commercial buildings
- Battery integration for captive solar plant & rooftop solar in hotels/hospitals/toll gates/ petrol pumps etc.
- Other applications segments such as telecom/EVs & charging infrastructure